Made as an exercise in my animation class at Swinburne University in 1990, TATLIN
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is a rumination on the life & work of Vladimir Tatlin. The poem you hear is read by John Flaus, and was written by Velimir Klebnikov, whose description of Tatlin as 'one of the order of sun-catchers' was apt indeed.
The models and puppet of Tatlin were built on a tabletop and filmed with a Bolex camera over a period of several weeks.
August 28, 2007
Beautiful poem, beautiful cinematic interpretation.
July 26, 2007
Great little cine poem - quick to download too!
I caught this a coupla years back. It's a beautiful little vignette from back in the day when stop-motion was king and computers were the size of dinosaurs. Think harryhausen meets tetsuo inna mayakovsky constructivist stylee... Niiiiice!